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Opportunities in Galapagos
Although Galapagos Conservation Trust does run and fund projects in Galapagos, we do not place volunteers or research students abroad. To find out more about volunteering in Galapagos please contact the Galapagos National Park or the Charles Darwin Foundation directly. If you would like to discuss current GCT projects with one of our team then please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Central London (Oxford Circus)
From time to time the Galapagos Conservation Trust requires the help of volunteers with skills in a particular field, usually to help us with a specific project or piece of work. This could be in anything from graphic design to research, marketing to human resources, facilitating workshops to proof reading, to writing blog pieces and articles.
Office Administration Volunteer
Galapagos Conservation Trust is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to assist with office administration tasks. You would support the Office Manager and Office Assistant by undertaking both physical and digital administration tasks within the GCT offices in central London. There is also potential that the successful candidate could assist with other events and marketing duties. This is a fantastic opportunity to join our small team in a busy and friendly office. This role would suit someone who could commit to one day a week in the long term.
Tasks will include:
- Updating supporters details and communication preferences on our database
- Filling and organising office files
- Tidying and maintaining both our digital and physical library
- Potential to assist with other events and marketing duties where required
- You must be fully computer literate in the use of Word (e.g. how to mail merge), Excel and the internet
- Be comfortable with the use of databases or have a willingness to learn
- Good communication skills, including a pleasant telephone manner
- Be able to work alone, using your own initiative and as part of a team
- Have excellent attention to detail
- An interest in conservation and the environment is preferable
- Flexible person able to take part in a number of different tasks
The successful candidate should be available to support the Trust for at least one day each week in the office in central London starting as soon as possible, ideally before the end of November. Preference will be given to candidates that can commit on an ongoing basis and are willing to be flexible in their volunteer hours.
This is an unpaid position, but we can cover travel and lunch expenses up to £10 per day.